Video highlights, live updates as they happen and all the action as the Hurricanes take on the Waratahs in Wellington.
We sent Jesse Peach out to find us a story, and as you're about to find out, he probably took the instruction a little too literally.
EA's first full-length trailer for the much anticipated Star Wars Battlefront was released this morning.
The Canterbury Bulldogs have outdone the struggling Manly Sea Eagles 28-16 at ANZ Stadium in Sydney.
Wellington ended their three-game goal-scoring drought in spectacular fashion on Friday with a 3-2 A-League win over Central Coast at Westpac Stadium.
The Chiefs have delivered the Crusaders their second brutal lesson of the season, winning 26-9 in Christchurch to take top spot Super Rugby.
Sir Peter Jackson takes John Campbell on a tour through his special World War One exhibit in wellington ahead of its official opening tomorrow.
Torty, the 120-year-old tortoise, is taking part in Te Papa and Weta Workshop's Gallipoli exhibition.
Houses are getting bigger and more expensive AAA and that's a problem.
An update on the markets for April 17, 2015.
It might be Tony Quinn's event, but the Race to the Sky boss concedes that it's Nobuhiro 'Monster' Tajima's race.
The Race to the Sky is back after seven years, and driver Alister McRae has a close attachment to the race.
One man synonymous with the annual Race to the Sky in Wanaka is eightAAAtime champion Nobuhiro 'Monster' Tajima
The Phoenix have been given a huge boost ahead of tonight's clash against the Central Coast Mariners, with Football Federation Australia confirming Perth will be expelled from the A-League.
Kasey Badger will debut as an NRL touch judge and will be just the second woman in history to officiate in the male-dominated sport.
Turkish red pines, directly descended from one that grew in Gallipoli, are playing a big part in centenary commemorations.
Darth Vader's mask and a line of voiceover in the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer has set fan imagination alight.
The harrowing personal stories of New Zealanders involved in World War I have been brought to life in two exhibitions by Sir Richard Taylor and Sir Peter Jackson in Wellington.
An emergency call made by a baggage handler who fell asleep in the cargo hold of a plane has been released.
The Mystics find themselves in an unfamiliar position at the halfway stage of the ANZ netball championship at the New Zealand conference, but there's a good reason for it.
Video highlights, live updates as they happen and all the action as the Crusaders take on the Chiefs in Christchurch.
A massive amount of methamphetamine - 123kg - has been seized in drug busts at the end of two investigative operations.
A new survey shows the majority of Aucklanders want large-scale investment in transport, and they're happy to pay for it with motorway charges.
Law professor Bill Hodge says Teina Pora faces major hurdles over seeking compensation for wrongfully spending 21 years behind bars.
Sir Peter Jackson has taken the media through his special World War I exhibit in Wellington before its official opening tomorrow.
Plenty has been said about Steven Adams' availability for the Tall Blacks after his Oklahoma City Thunder failed to make the NBA playoffs but the Kiwi centre hasn't made any plans.
Rihanna's new video for 'American Oxygen' features hard-hitting news footage from the 2014 race riots in Ferguson, Missouri.
A New Zealander who was held hostage in the Middle East 10 years ago is set to return to the region he describes as a "powder keg".
A Tauranga man has smashed the world record for a 24-hour solo kayak journey.
Italian police say they have arrested a group of migrants after witnesses said they threw 12 passengers overboard on a boat headed to Europe.
The opposition parties vying for a role in Britain's next government have gone head-to-head in the final television debate.
Teina Pora has launched a bid for compensation for his wrongful conviction and imprisonment.
Trent Boult had the edge with the ball but Tim Southee won the battle of the Black Caps fast bowlers after the Rajasthan Royals beat Sunrisers Hyderabad in the IPL.
The New Zealand women's hockey team have booked a semi-final appearance by beating India 4-1 in their Hawke's Bay Cup quarter-final clash.
Para-Swimming star Sophie Pascoe set a world record on the penultimate night of finals at the New Zealand Open Swimming Championships in Auckland.
Britney Spears launched a foul-mouthed attack on a heckler who branded her "fat" during her show in Las Vegas.
Han Solo and Chewbacca feature prominently in a new Star Wars trailer that has been published online.
An exhibition marking the centenary of World War I and New Zealand's involvement in the Gallipoli campaign will open officially tomorrow.
NZ's first case of forgotten baby syndrome should not have resulted in court action, says Canterbury University's head of law.
Firefighters have freed a man who was trapped in his car after crashing head-on with a fuel tanker in Invercargill.
A case of measles has been confirmed in Auckland and the infected person has visited several public places before being diagnosed.
Brit Billy Morgan has become the first snowboarder to land an 1800 quadruple cork trick, a move that involves flipping four times while completing five rotations with the body.
Jimmy Cowan may have played 108 times for the Highlanders, but says his loyalties are firmly with the Blues.
American Ken Block isn't the best rally driver in the world, but he's possibly the most famous AAA and definitely the most marketable.
To some it's a bone-chilling sound, but to others it's a crack of satisfaction. But to Canadian researchers, it's a long-held scientific question which warranted the use of an MRI machine to answer it.
An update on the markets for April 16, 2015.
All Black Beauden Barrett has confirmed he is keen to play Sevens at next year's Rio Olympic Games.
The Gallipoli campaign created heroes on both sides of the world, and 100 years after the ANZAC landing, Turkish villagers are still digging up war relics.
Today marks 150 years since US president Abraham Lincoln was killed.
The controversy is continuing over an Arizona police officer using his patrol car to stop a gunman by running him over.
Kiwis in London have lined up to buy £75 return flights to Auckland as Air New Zealand celebrates 75 since its first commercial flight.
New buildings were announced and opened in Christchurch today, but most of the building action is happening in the half the Government doesn't run.
A Mariners team with nothing to lose stand between Wellington Phoenix and a top-four spot in the A-League finals.
New Zealand surfer Ricardo Christie has eliminated joint world No.1 Filipe Toledo from the Margaret River Pro in Western Australia.
Auckland Zoo is giving the public the chance to name a red panda cub, as part of a campaign to raise money for a Nepalese village.
CD Projekt Red has released a new trailer for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt ahead of its launch next month.
A women interrupted a European Central Bank news conference after she jumped on a table shouting "end ECB dictatorship".
Photo gallery and interview with Kate Sylvester at her Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia Romeo 4 Juliet show.
Blues coach Sir John Kirwan says Super Rugby franchises are playing by the rules when it comes to concussion testing, but those rules lack consistency.
A man paid to predict the future says 2015 is the turning point in the balance between humanity and machines - but there's nothing to fear.